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SFGTV2
Jul 28, 2010 6:03am PDT
of environmental protection of new york city and appointed by mayor bloomberg to head this agency in 05. the department is responsible for imagining new york cities waist water and treatment, drinking supply, handling hazard materials and emergency x toxicities and removal of those and enforcing cities air and noise codes. they also have substantial responsibility outside of new york city managering 2 thousand square miles of the hudson valley. prior to heading up this agency commissioner loyd served as executive vice president for public affairs at colombia university and was in the administration for ten years and commissioner for sanitation under mayor, jenkins and was ma developer at port an authority and commissioner for traffic and parking for the city of boston. emily, thank you so much. we are so glad to have your energy, your smarts to lead us to this tough topic this morning. thank you. [applause] >> thank you, susan. well, as the only - at least self identifying water system manager from the east coast, i had originally planned briefly present some highlights of our climate
FOX News
Jul 6, 2010 3:00pm EDT
. officially at 3:00, it's 102 degrees in new york city. 102. an all-time record. in phoenix you may be laughing but it's no joke here. cooling centers are open and look at the streets of new york city. we've been showing you this picture for years. the city is teeming with tourists. it's packed with people. there is no one on the streets. because it's too damn hot for humans, 102 in new york city, the first week of july. this continues, come august, it's going to be tiny town u.s.a. first, immigration showdown, the obama administration suing the state of arizona over the new and controversial immigration law. the administration contend the law is not constitutional. as you may know arizona passed a law requiring police officers who enforce other laws to question the suspect's legal status if the officer believes the person is in the country illegally. the white house has been critical of the law. the president called it misguided. but supporters claim arizona has no other choice and they argue the feds are not doing enough to secure the borders. trace gallagher is working the story
SFGTV2
Jul 26, 2010 7:02am PDT
cities, including pittsburgh and new york. man: new york city went to philadelphia and said, "you know, we're thinking of developing a hudson river water supply -- what do you suggest we do?" and they said, "we've had "a lot of problems on the schuylkill. "don't go to the hudson river. go to the upland and work by gravity." and that's what new york city did. they first went to the hudson highlands, but 150 years later, it went to the delaware highlands. and really diverted the water that normally went to philadelphia to new york city. i don't think they anticipated that. narrator: the majority of new york city's drinking water comes from watersheds in upstate new york. a watershed is the area of land where water from rain or snow melt drains downhill into a body of water. mountains act as a funnel to feed rivers and lakes. and in this case, reservoirs. in the new york city system, water is collected and stored in 19 reservoirs, which can hold more than a year's supply -- over 580 billion gallons of water. almost all of the system is fed by gravity, without the use of energy-consuming p
NBC
Jul 6, 2010 4:00am EDT
record set today. it was hot. 99 in central park in new york city. center city, philadelphia, 98. the airport in d.c. was 99. boston got a little bit of a break. only 89. but the heat wave continued down in virginia and even into areas around richmond and the carolinas were very hot. the humidity wasn't very hot. that was the key. it was more dry. literally it felt like the desert in some areas. that's going to change. the humidity is on its way up. today and tomorrow will feel a lot worse than it did yesterday. temperature at this hour, it estill 83 degrees in central park. that's the warmest temperature on the east coast. maybe new york city will be the hottest location today. forecast highs. this is the forecast of 101. new york city hasn't hit 100 degrees since 2001. this will be part of history today. hartford, 100, d.c., forecast highs 100 degrees. i mentioned the humidity is up from the gulf coast but starting to ive crease a little bit. watch out for rain today. louisiana, ashe arkansas, up to kansas city and also florida. that's a look at your tuesday forecast. now here'
FOX News
Jul 10, 2010 2:30pm EDT
tunes we see in new york city all the time. if he's threatening people he should be arrested not investigated by the federal government. >> what's investigated the incident in 2008. looks to me like, elliss and i might not be in accord, that looked like voter intimidation. the lawyer who spoke last week has it exactly right and i agree with cal. 50 years ago the media and the u.s. liberal bureaucracy of the justice department set forth a template. racism consists of whites discriminating against blacks and there can be no other kind of discrimination worth investigating except for the occasional anti-gay and therefore it doesn't fit the software pattern of the career justice department. the legal american bar establish the or the major media. >> the flip side of that, during the bush administration, it just plummeted in terms of civil rights cases that were investigated, you know, and i even know somebody who quit working there because they said it was so ridiculous, it was the inverse of this. so, you know, it happens in both, in both administrations and if that what guy is
MSNBC
Jul 7, 2010 2:00pm EDT
in washington, 100 degrees in boston, and 95 degrees right -- 99, i should say, in new york city on the map there you see it. it's the fourth day of the dangerous heat wave that stretches from virginia into canada, and there are health advisories in effect. there's, though, some good news. we might get a break starting tomorrow. but listen to this. this happened earlier today at the naval academy in annapolis, maryland. they just completed an obstacle course in the blazing sun. temperatures in the mid 90s. and officials in new york city used a fire hydrant to hook up a special drinking fountain in times square. they weren't prepared for this time of heat. it's been used by tourists and residents alike. peter, i just saw you take a deep breath. i hope you've been able to get a lot of water. it's scorching there. >> the folks at the weather channel are 3 degrees cooler than the place we picked. the concrete approaching 100 degrees. let you look back in that direction. it's the humidity. this is where everybody comes. you see the spain and german fans, the world cup fans. out here trying to fi
CNN
Jul 6, 2010 6:00am EDT
>>> her majesty the queen will be in new york city. she will speak at the united nations for the first time since 1957. we will tell you how new yorkers are preparing for the visit. >>> and, the am fix blog is up and running. join the live conversation right now. go to cnn.com/amfix. >>> first, another scorcher today. maybe a heat wave for the history books. today is expected to be the hottest of the hot. right now, the mercury is rising across the country, especially along the eastern seaboard. the national weather service is warning of a dangerous situation as temperatures approach and shoot past 100 degrees. >>> in places like the nation's capital and new york city were 500 cooling centers and water stations will be open to the public. for some, it may be just a nuisance. for others, the very young, people that have to work outside, people who don't have air-conditioning, the heat can be deadly. we have jacqui jeras in the extreme weather center. jim acosta live at the national mall where you guys could be looking at triple digits today. hey, jim? >>> this is what we g
CNN
Jul 8, 2010 6:00am EDT
jason carroll is following that story. he's live out the water center here in new york city. how is it feeling, jason? as warm as yesterday? >> reporter: not as warm as yesterday. it feels a little cool today. we do have a bit of news for you, coming from the state of maryland, where there was a heat-related death reported there. the governor urging people toe take whatever steps necessary to stay cool. meanwhile, here in new york city, we checked in with con edison. we had time to spend at their command center and saw the steps they're taking to try to keep the power on. >> reporter: day four of the northeast heat wave brought some lower temperatures but not low enough in boston. >> one thing about people from here, we're not that bunch of wimps, we'll take it. >> reporter: record highs in some cities, including wilmington an philadelphia. the cities pools, filling to capacity. >> it's refreshing, it's cool. and it's keeping us from passing out in the sun. >> reporter: demand for power, a concern-n for new york where con edison has been running the emergency respond center since
NBC
Jul 6, 2010 4:30am EDT
in new york city all the way down to d.c. it was the same story. the thing that was good was it wasn't all that humid out, but that's going to change. the humidity levels are coming up ever so slightly today and tomorrow. that's why i think we haven't seen the worst of this heat wave. right now temperatures are very warm. 83 still at this hour in new york city. i mean if you're at 83 now, you're easily going to get up there today. the actual forecast is for 101 in central park. this is going to be the warmest temperature. hartford has a chance aalong with philly, trenton, baltimore, d.c., richmond. this is going to be a white spread area of triple-digit heat. as far as what we're dealing with in the middle of the country, this is where the moisture is. it continues up through a and areas of milwaukee. we're going to wash down around the gulf. all the clean-up efforts, the waves are still too high. that's not going to change any time soon. that's a look at your tuesday forecast. now here's a look outside your window. sarasota, same for you. clear skies an warm conditions up around det
FOX News
Jul 7, 2010 3:00pm EDT
on the new york city subway system and tarts were not confined to the you states. information in a new federal indictment. counterterrorism officials say this one is a senior operative. he looks young but you don't have to be old to be a senior. here's his picture, last week we learned investigators say he met with a man at the center of the plot, najibullah zazi the two met in 2008, next year the f.b.i. arrested one najibullah zazi and two of his buddies and accused them of planning suicide attacks in new york. najibullah zazi pleaded guilty to terror charges and he's been talking. what can you tell us about the larger plot? >> this is something new that came out public publicly. we heard about the plot to bomb the subway system but the justice department says there was a companion plot in england. two men, one in manchester, were arrested in april last year and a search of their homes revealed potential bomb making materials and surveillance photos of public areas in manchester. one of the two, adnan nasser, was in pakistan for training at the same time as najibullah zazi zazi, nasse
CBS
Jul 6, 2010 6:30pm EDT
administration files suit to try to stop the state's new immigration law. and the city named for the duke of york says welcome back to the queen of england. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. the sun rose in the east and it showed no mercy. on day two of the heat wave, the national weather service had advisories up from virginia to as far north as maine. that's tens of millions of people keeping cool any way they could. and demand for electricity put a real strain on the power system. the combination of heat and humidity made it feel like the temperature was in triple digits and in some places it actually was. in fact, in baltimore, the mercury reached a record 105 degrees. our national correspondent jeff glor is here in new york and, jeff, we set a record here as well. >> reporter: we did, indeed, katie. 103 degrees in new york city. hasn't been that hot here since 2001. but as you mentioned, many spots up and down the east coast hit triple digits today as the worst of this
NBC
Jul 7, 2010 4:30am EDT
103 in new york city in central park. this is just ridiculously hot temperature. it was so hot in the cities it takes a while to get rid of the heat, especially in the buildings. it's still in the mid-80s in new york city with the heed index of mid-90s. the humidity is higher, so actually the heat index, that's how it feels to you will be worse. look at this. we're expect 1g 00-degree heat from new york down to d.c. again, maybe a degree or two cooler in hartford. today you should get a break in boston. as far as the middle of the country, it's still very humid. that's where we're dealing with showers and storms but the heat wave is still the huge story out there of the day, including entire week. otherwise watch out for the storms in the middle of the country and stay away from the east coast. that's a look at your wednesday forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. 100-degree heat as we mentioned in new york city, but even areas in the carolinas who haven't been getting attention, they've been very hot and humid. so our friends in raleigh and charlotte,
MSNBC
Jul 6, 2010 2:00pm EDT
daughter is behind bars, amanda new york city is in prison in italy and he could face charges regarding what he and his daughter said about authorities in italy. >>> and some israeli soldiers decide to bust a move while on patrol and now they could face disciplinary action. we're going to present the argument some are making that these guys should get in big trouble for dancing on the job. >>> and a dangerous heat wave as we mentioned, already blamed for at least one death in the midwest and it's now baking the east coast and there are concerns that more lives could be threatened. right now some places are above 100 degrees and it is expected to get even hotter with temperatures reaching record breaking levels. take a look at that map, all you see is a sea of red and there you see people trying to cool off in new york where it could hit 100 degrees, for the first time since 2001. heat warnings and advisories are up from virginia to new hampshire. nbc's peter alexander is in new york's central park. peter, it is stifling heat. it seems like it's just on top of you out there. >> reporter:
CBS
Jul 6, 2010 7:00pm EDT
a record here as well. >> reporter: we did, indeed, katie. 103 degrees in new york city. hasn't been that hot here since 2001. but as you mentioned, many spots up and down the east coast hit triple digits today as the worst of this heat wave settled in. it was 102 degrees this afternoon when the air conditioning went out inside this nursing home near philadelphia. residents were carried out on stretchers. at 100 in boston, a minor fire turned into a major scene when firefighters had to get hosed down to avoid overheating. >> you know, you're at the point where you're almost ready to pass out. >> reporter: and in new york, the energy company con ed was expecting its highest demand day ever. >> it feels like i'm in an oven somewhere. >> reporter: how comfort are you right now? >> well, i'm sweating but that's because it's hot. i'm cautiously optimistic. >> reporter: for many, the power system stressed this week rekindled fears of what happened in 2003 when a massive failure left 45 million people in eight states without power all night long. triggered then not by a heat wave but by a s
NBC
Jul 6, 2010 6:00pm EDT
in new york city, 89, not too bad in boston. those are the highest temperatures anywhere. heat advisories are posted for tomorrow here. philadelphia and as far north as boston as the heat index gets up to 105. expecting to cool off tonight. not a lot. we are going to drop to 79 to 80 inthe district tonight. outlying areas 72 to 78. plenty warm in the overnight period. you can see this huge area of high pressure. the ridge that is over us. under that ridge is a surface high pressure system. we are looking at the winds. variable right now. the high pressure system is right near us to the west of that weather front. that is producing showers and storms that could cool us off this weekend. that is our best chance of rain is saturday. on thursday, yeah, outside of tomorrow we could be looking at isolated showers and storms. the weather system gets nearby, a better chance for friday and saturday. there is the cold front, the heavy rain. chicago through st. louis and kansas city. on to the tropics, too. this system in the northwest caribbean is going to produce heavy wind and rains in the yucata
NBC
Jul 6, 2010 7:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: water was the order of the day at this soccer camp in new york city, where the kids hit the fields, but for a shortened practice. >> we don't want the kids to get overheated in this type of weather. >> reporter: new york's power company braced for possible blackouts, and predicts demand will surge to its highest levels ever. so far, only scattered outages reported in the heat zone. in washington, d.c., this emergency medical team takes a proactive approach, trying to help people who have called 911 for help in the past. mary is 71, she uses a fan to keep cool. they check her vital signs, leave water and move on down their list of 300 people. >> we have the flexibility of going house to house and meeting people where they are and giving them what they need. >> reporter: what everyone needs is relief, that cannot come too soon. they're getting some relief here, and we may have to dive in before we call it a day. in the heat zone, cities are opening public buildings to offer places for people to cool off a bit. they're keeping swimming pools like this one open as late as th
NBC
Jul 5, 2010 4:00am EDT
. >> it will be an interesting week. we'll see temperatures that we haven't even seen in new york city possibly in a decade. we haven't hit 100 since 2001. and we have a chance tomorrow. let me show you what happened yesterday, but from boston to d.c., temperatures were mid-90s. but it was interesting because it was the humidity levels were so low it actually didn't even feel that hot. when they say in phoenix it's a dry heat that's kind of what the airs mass was like in new york city and boston. humidity levels were very low. and that will be the case today, too. look at these morning temperature its. it's still 78 in boston. the big cities are holding on to the heat. chicago, you're very warm this morning with clouds and humidity. so different in the midwest where we are rain and thunderstorms this morning thanes it is on the east coast. also we got a little bit of tropical moisture continuing here to push into areas around new orleans today and louisiana. and also in florida, it will be rather stormy. so here's the setup. back ridge will cause the hot conditions throughout much of this week. this storm syst
SFGTV2
Jul 21, 2010 11:00am PDT
francisco wants to allow or not allow regardless of cost. as was mentioned, new york city in 1999 and torture by moving completely. i spoke with a fire inspector last week in new york city and he asked them about that ordinance and he remembered the fire, brought back to the city council on behalf of the fire marshal, who said that this would be a good idea for york city with his preponderant of wood frame buildings. the concerns of increased costs in addition to the effect on small roofers, they will adjust in 11 years. new york city has infinitely more construction than seven sisters and a density that is on par. as a constituent here, seeing the apart -- department's response and the fire department's lack of response, we went for this legislation two years ago. they know it is a consistent issue. to date if you have concerns regarding the band, personally i have yet to see anyone with a vested interest in terms of a written policy or any part of the fire department to proactively address this issue. and it is an issue. seven to 10 fires each year but there is no change in the
ABC
Jul 19, 2010 4:00am PDT
into this evening from boston down to new york city, including philadelphia, atlantic city and now our nation's capital. behind theer weather will be in place. however, it's still going to be humid but not quite as warm. syracuse, 84, buffalo, 80, burlington around 81. across the south central, it's been very hot with temperatures well above the normal. rob, vinita, back to you guys. >>> the nation's midsection could be hit with severe storms. des moines and cincinnati could see storms. >> denver is having a heat wave1 soo. southern california has cooled down to more reasonable readings. anchorage is a cool spot at an enviable 64 degrees. >>> when we come back, new criticism over the shuttered gm. that's part of your business news straight ahead. >>> and deadly flooding in kentucky. thousands are without power and water and it could be that way for a week. stay with us. ♪ [ instrumental: upbeat ] hey, max. [ announcer ] your dog's one of a kind. and now, you have the power... [ giggling ] to help significantly extend his healthy years. a groundbreaking 14-year study by purina... proves tha
FOX
Jul 6, 2010 9:00am EDT
in new york city and boston 90. these are not forecast temperatures these are the teams at 9:00 a.m. so any time you talk about 90 degrees at 9:00 a.m. it's going to be a hot one and the forecast for new york city and philadelphia is not good. here in washington we're forecasting a high of 100 degrees but notice how much of the seaboard is heating up. new york city 101. washington you feel 100. and from sections of new hampshire down through new england and into new york and new jersey. that's all heat advisories. each of those counties is a heat advisory. so you get the idea how wide spread this major heat wave will be over the next couple of days. the heat won't let us until we get into thursday and friday. here is our satellite raid year and very hot from boston down to richmond into the carolinas in the next couple of days. no relief in sight until the end of the weekend. >> and we really need the rain. that will cool us off and for our farms and gardens. >> no rain yet this month. so we could use some rain. >> we'll be waiting to hear when you bring the first rain. >> i'm going to
CNN
Jul 10, 2010 7:30am EDT
're just one week away from the new york city triathlon. you see that i'm training really hard in the gulf. six cnn viewers from coast to coast are racing with me who have been sharing their stories with you from the past six months now. one of them is meredith clark, training in tallahassee, florida. we're checking in with her today. when meredith signed up for the fitness challenge she had just turned 30 and decided it was time to fulfill her lifetime goal of competing in a telethon. she wanted to to show the african-american community they could get fit as well. take a look at how she's doing now. >> hello there, good morning. it's meredith clark here with cnn's fit nation try@on this challenge. i'm fresh back from a morning's swim of 1,000 yards in preparation for the triathlon. i'm very excited about the new york city triathlon. i'm looking forward now to jumping in the hudson, which is a big fear of mine up until i guess a little over a week ago. but i'm look fogger waing forwa hearing the crowds and seeing the people and feeling the adrenaline pump as we achieve this race. this proc
SFGTV
Jul 20, 2010 1:00pm PDT
a sense of what the nature of the work is, these are some previous projects. this is in new york city, quite close to lincoln center. it is a large public wall that has a field of glass elements that for jet off the wall, and those glass elements basically capture light and project light and color across its surface. it's very much i debates a wall on the building that was otherwise nondescript, and it serves the role of activating this neighborhood -- it activates a wall on the building. another project that illustrates some of our work using light is in chattanooga, tennessee. these are very tall lighting towers that basically extend the city's main street out to be river in chattanooga. the tennessee river. and allows for gatherings on this large pure -- pier around these lighting elements. the point of this is that the use of light in creating spaces or gathering people is something quite consistent with our work, and in this case, it you have been to the international terminal, these are the large trusses that support that mean move -- main roof and within the stresses are these
NBC
Jul 18, 2010 6:00pm EDT
or resume of a big oil into ships which some view as a safer alternative. new york city senator chuck schumer is calling on the u.s. government to investigate the role bp played. on sunday, chuck schumer said there is evidence bp works for the -- works with the libyan government in exchange for access to oil fields. he appeared at the conference alongside several relatives of the victims of pan am flight 103. he urges the u.s. and british governments to take a closer look at bp's actions. democrats deny they're facing trouble in this ballparks the election. they took their message to the sunday morning talk shows contradicting what the white house press secretary said last week. brian moore has more on the argument. >> while president obama returned from a weekend mini- vacation, his fellow democrats were working the sunday talk shows. the message -- they are not losing control of congress in this fall's elections. >> i think we will shock the heck out everyone. we will win the house. we will not lose either one of the bodies. >> just one week ago, and press secretary robert gibbs ack
ABC
Jul 21, 2010 6:30am EDT
is coming from another well. >>> a new york city police officer is in trouble this morning for hitting a biker and not reporting it. the accident happened in brooklyn. the whole thing was caught on surveillance camera. the cyclist said that he ran a red lights and driving on the wrong side of the street when he hit him. he did get him out of car and handed him tissues and left a few minutes later. and now the cyclist is now being treated for a broken hand, broken tooth and broken nose. >>> a man with movement under his t-shirt was detained and they found 18 endangered monkeys in a girdle that he was wearing. the authorities noticed the bulge and the department said that he was carrying the 6-inch monkeys in pouches that was attached to the gyre dell. he told -- girdle. he told them that he was carrying them in a suit indicate but decided to put them in the girdle so the x-ray would not hurt the monkeys. >>> the soup nazi back. the character on television was inspired by a real person. he reopened his original location on five fifth street eight -- five fifth street and eighth avenue in
CNN
Jul 10, 2010 8:00pm EDT
from new york city, where bryant neil venus was born, to the suburbs of long island, where his family still lives. i've spent the better part of a year here in the united states and in europe unraveling why and how bryant neil venus went from catholic to muslim, from u.s. army recruit to jihadist, from long island to lahore. this is where he grew up, the son of immigrants from south america. his sister met with me and was happy to talk about her brother, whom she described as a sociable, friendly young boy. but she didn't want to go on camera. our producer, cnn terrorist analyst, has met with her and bryant's parents several more times. >> bryant's mother used to call him my teddy bear. she said he was an extremely sweet kid. he'd even fix her breakfast in bed when she wasn't feeling well. bryant, she says, had a happy childhood. >> reporter: richa remembers those happier times. she lived down the street and says her family adored bryant. >> bryant was like family. >> reporter: like another son? >> yes. like another son. >> what are your first memories of bryant? >> when we were young
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2010 12:00pm EDT
topless photos of the 21-year-old. >>> authorities brought them together in new york city for a court hearing later today. we'll be watching for that. guilty pleas could open the door for this spy swap and provide key details about how the operation was run. let's bring in pete williams, following the latest details, what are you learning. >> this seems to have more and more the sense of inevitability here although, you know, government lawyers never want to predict a guilty plea until it actually happens in court. it wouldn't be the first time one was brokered and then fell apart. it certainly appears now that in a little under three hours, these ten defendants in federal court, most if not all of them, will plead guilty to reduced charges. they face two charges right now, being a conspiracy to be unregistered russian agents and conspiracy to money launder. the money laundering has to do with all the money that was sent to them, the government claims, by russia which they then used for all sorts of things, buying houses, maintaining lifestyles, some buried in the backyard. under the
MSNBC
Jul 6, 2010 11:00am EDT
are expected to soar over 100 degrees in some places, and that includes right here in new york city where the thermometer has not hit 100 since august 2001. the heat that moves in from the midwest is being blamed for one death in suburban detroit that happening over the weekend. meantime, part of lake shore drive in chicago actually buckled under the weight, if you will, of the heat over the weekend. it has been repaved and was open for rush hour traffic this morning. we have team coverage of today's oppressive heat. ron allen is liveb for us in new york central park and kim cunningham is in atlanta. ron, i'll tell you, i walked 20 minutes and my head started spinning and the heat really catches up with you, especially in the city where you have these buildings and it seems just to be an oven. >> take a taxi next time, tamron. the way most people get around out here. it can be dangerous for the elderly and young people. some kids over there playing on a playground and they were there for only a brief time. day care centers and schools are being very careful about things like that. we can
CBS
Jul 1, 2010 12:00pm EDT
in a luggage bin. the plane was scheduled to fly from atlanta to new york city, but the flight returned to the gate after what the crew called a minor emergency. the airline blames spoiled meat in a suitcase. >> wow. >> yuck. >>> new york city police busted a crime ring after catching suspects on a surveillance video. they took orders from customers in africa who would choose make, model, and color. they sent the vehicles overseas, hiding the vehicles with furniture. the suspects reportedly stole keys from dealerships to gain access to luxury cars. >>> a heated debate over new jersey hits the internet. they earned a bad rap for pollution and highways. they're fighting back with a website called www.jerseydoesn'tstink.com. do you think somebody sending me a message? the stinky meat story, the stinky state story. maybe i stink? >> i've got no answer for her. >> i don't think stink, maybe i do. >> from this side of the desk, you smell wonderful. may we continue? >> yes. >> still ahead on eyewitness news at noon, a live look at the gorgeous day outside. stick around. your complete first war
ABC
Jul 7, 2010 3:05am EDT
-down but definitely not as hot as we head toward saturday and sunday. but on this afternoon, new york city expected to be in the upper 90s. d.c. right at the 100 degree mark. with the humidity it is going to feel even hotter than that. back to you, jeremy and vinita. >> yikes, that doesn't sound good. >>> now for the rest of your forecast. stormy texas to missouri to minnesota today. up to 4 inches of rain and flash flooding there. thunderstorms stretching into florida. downpours in new mexico and colorado. >> heating up in the northwest. near 90 in seattle, salt lake city, and boise. fargo climbs to 80. omaha 85. chicago 91. it's 92 in dallas and 90 in miami. we're hotter than dallas and miami. >>> storms heading for the gulf could disrupt work to contain the gushing oil there. a new vessel that will be able to collect 50,000 barrels a day is partially hooked up but rough seas could slow down its capability. a new investigation by the associated press finds the gulf is a potential environmental land mine. the report says there are more than 27,000 abandoned oil and gas wells. >>> three people accu
FOX News
Jul 8, 2010 11:00am EDT
-- to attack targets in great britain and new york city. patti ann: dozens of members of the afghan military disappeared from laughlin air force base in texas, fox.dom comb finds in is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to abo -- awol there. jon: and paul, the soccer sighingic octopus, he has a flawless record in predicting who wins at the word cup and paul may be about to do something he's never done before. i'm here in the fox news room where breaking news is coming from across the country and around the world. we'll have it for you on "happening now". >>> first new evidence the largest u.s.-russia spy swap since the cold war appears to be in motion, a lawyer for one of the accused russian spies telling fox news talks are underway right now for a spy swap, the ten suspected russian secret agents, arrested last week, set to appear in courtrooms today, ig nowhere sutiagon is suspected of spying for the united states is no longer in a moscow prison but has been flown to vienna in what appears to be another step to be a deal to trade accused spies. our david lee miller is outside the federal
FOX News
Jul 7, 2010 7:00pm EDT
smith. the news starts now. the feds say these men planned to bomb the new york city subways. now, accusations that gotham was only part of the plan. tonight, as the feds go after five more al-qaida suspects, new revelations about who was really directing the plot. and what they were supposedly planning for england. investigators say this man booby trapped guns. set explosives to murder police. >> that guy invoked his rights and didn't want to talk to us. he did make a couple of statements to led us to believe he didn't like us very much. >> what's the grudge all about? investigators say they have a pretty good idea. >> plus -- >> soaring on the power of the sun. a new kind of solar plane takes to the skies but this one can fly at night. first from fox tonight, five more suspects now face charges in a plot to bomb the subways here in new york. one of them, a top al-qaida leader on the f.b.i.'s most wanted list. the feds say the terror network's senior leadership in pakistan hatched the scheme along with a plan for a similar attack in great britain. two would-be bombers have alre
FOX News
Jul 6, 2010 11:00am EDT
: in the bottom box, new york city gearing up for a royal visitor, great britain's queen elizabeth is coming to town and she is going to do something she hasn't done in more than 50 years. we'll tell you about that. >>> first this fox news alert, president obama set to meet with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who has arrived at the white house moments ago, this comes after israel eased its blockade of the gaza strip and five weeks after the deadly israeli raid on a notila attempting to break that blockade. both the u.s. and israel agree it's time for tas for -- face to face peace talks between israel hes and palestinians but several sticking points remain, including border security and israeli settlements. senior white house correspondent major garrett is reporting live on the north lawn. major, is it oversimplifying things to say this new phase of the obama-netanyahu relationship will be sealed with a photograph? >> reporter: it really isn't, jon. the last time prime minister netanyahu was at the white house there were no photographs, no press coverage of the meetings and that cr
NBC
Jul 6, 2010 4:00pm EDT
as you will see in weather, big cities, philadelphia, new york city hitting records for today. that heat will ease a bit by 11:00 p.m. to 87. plenty warm in the overnight once again. on your fast forecast, the heed advisory that we've had up as heat index values get near 105. once again tomorrow record heat continues for tomorrow. and in terms of cooling showers and storms, not until the end of the week. i'm out here with my infrared thermometer, reading some black surfaces, like maybe your car seats, 124 degrees. we will talk about the much needed rainfall and the big cooldown coming your way for the weekend. back to you guys inside. >> what veronica did to the top of the grill is to imagine how hot your car seats are. do not leave a pet in the car no matter if the windows are cracked. >> anybody in the car. >> no. >>> temperatures are soaring up to 100 or more along much of the east coast. utilities are being put to the test. they expect to break records of electricity use that people are cranking up their fans. at newark airport the temperature broke a record, 105 degrees. as you cran
MSNBC
Jul 5, 2010 7:00am EDT
. >>> there were also a lot of terrific parties to celebrate america's birthday. this is new york city. thousands of spectators came to watch the annual macy's fourth of july fireworks. the biggest fireworks display in the country. more than 40,000 shells were set off from a barge in the hudson river. >>> on the west coast, one of the biggest fireworks shows is in seattle. local businesses and individuals donated the 500,000 dollars for the slow. in case you're curious, 500,000 dollars buys three tons of pyrotechnics. >>> in iraq they celebrated with food and fun after sharing a meal with the iraqi community leaders, soldiers took the field for a friendly game of softball. i have no reports who won the game. >>> remember when the fourth of july hot dog eating contest was all just good disgusting fun? not any more. legendary champion kobayashi who was banned from this year's gutten fest was arrested and charged with resisting arrest after he rushed the stage and refused to leave. the six-time winner was banned this year because he refused to sign a contract with the speed-eating body called, appro
FOX
Jul 16, 2010 6:00pm EDT
minutes.  >>> did a terror attack aimed at the u.s. last christmas include new york city? a brand new intelligence report raises that question but the report stresses the possible plan does not appear to be connected to the failed attempted bombing of a detroit bound plane. jennifer davis takes a closer look. >> reporter: passengers on the detroit bound flight last christmas day were aharmed when they say umar imad iew -- failed. >> we don't have room for tolerance when it comes to endangering lives. there's no leeway. >> reporter: now a new question. was a group of extreme is planning another plot aimed at new york that same day? it's possible according to information in a december 4 f.b.i. report sent to u.s. and british counterterrorism officials and obtained by fox news. the final target of that attack isn't clear, but extremists allegedly discussed restaurants and nightclubs in new york city. the report says the plan called for smuggling components of an explosive device on a cargo flight from nairobi, kenya to london and then transferring them to a muslim who boarde
NBC
Jul 6, 2010 11:00pm EDT
cities in between them. in new york city, the thermometer reached 102 and the power company there worried the demand for ac would surge braced for blackouts. the record 102-degree heat in philadelphia made the plastic and metal surfaces too hot to handle and prompted the city to close playgrounds. new jersey also baked. it topped 100 at the beach and drawbridges in cape may got stuck when the heat made their steel components expand. >>> coming up tonight, a big mixup sent israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu's luggage to l.a. instead of d.c. and when it arrived several guns were missing. >>> another storm may be grewing in the gulf just as crews get back to work after alex came through. >>> lindsay, what's ahead in sports? >> those people that braved the heat got a show. lots of walkoff drama for the orioles and nationals. good and the bad. nationals third baseman ryan zimmerman also states his case for being an all-star. news 4 at 11:00 continues. the gas prices are going down, they go back up again. we know saving money is important. this summer, shop with your giant card and save
ABC
Jul 6, 2010 4:30am EDT
'll see 100s throughout the day. 99 in new york city. but d.c., set to be 100 by the afternoon. it's not only the heat that we take in effect. it's also the humidity. the combination will make things feel very cruel out for the northeast, anywhere from the lower great lakes, back across new england. but along the i-95 corridor. philadelphia, trenton, that we want to watch out for the excessive heat warnings by the afternoon. when you combine the humidity with the heat, it's going to feel as hot as 105 degrees by the afternoon. and the low temperatures, only dropping to about 80 overnight. and you have the heat during the day, and no relief overnight, by the end of the week, the heat wave should end, by thursday and friday. >>> all right. now, for this morning's weather around the rest of the nation. kansas, missouri, iowa and wisconsin, could get three inches of rain, which could bring about some flooding. 80-mile-per-hour winds and golf ball-sized hail are possible in storms in the western plains. and you can expect thunderstorms on the gulf coast. >> 89 in sacramento. 86 in portl
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